Join NAWO and Bunnings as we discuss the benefits of influencing, setting up the conversation to win and ways to pursue a performance-based culture.
• Speak with conviction to drive performance in those around you
• Engage with your stakeholders early to influence
• Hear how negotiation can be win-win for both parties
Enjoy a chance to network over a light breakfast as we hear from three leaders within our network.
Guest speaker Nicole Marshall, Complex Manager, will share her insights as to how she influenced those around her in her pursuit for an amazing career journey and how she now influences the team around her to drive performance.
We will also hear from the following leaders:
Matthew Tyler – State Operations Manager SA/NT/TAS
Georgina De Angelis – Property Divestments Manager
Immerse yourself within our store environment and experience the culture first-hand.
Bunnings is the leading retailer of home improvement and outdoor living products in Australia and New Zealand and a major supplier to project builders, commercial tradespeople and the housing industry. Operating from a network of large warehouse stores, smaller format stores, trade centres and frame and truss sites, Bunnings caters for consumer and commercial customers. Revenue across the 2017 financial year totalled $11.5 billion. As of 31 December 2018 there were 265 warehouses, 75 small format stores, 32 trade centres and 3 frame and truss centres operating across Australia and New Zealand. Bunnings employs over 45,000 team members.
Learning Priority: Negotiating & Influencing
Date: Thursday 23 May 2019
Time: 7.30 AM – 9.30 AM (includes grazing breakfast)
Venue: Bunnings Windsor Gardens Warehouse
432 North East Rd, Windsor Gardens SA 5087
Cost: Free NAWO Corporate & Individual members / $39.50 (inc. GST & booking fees) Non members
Bookings Close: 16 May 2019
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